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2019 decemberében egy új típusú pneumoniajárvány kitöréséről számoltak be a kínai Wuhan városából, melynek kórokozója egy új koronavírus volt. A kezdetben állatról emberre terjedő betegség később emberről emberre is terjedt, világjárványt okozva. A vírus okozta betegség (COVID–19) a tünetmentestől az enyhe tünetekkel járón keresztül a súlyos, légzési elégtelenséggel, intenzív osztályos ellátást igénylő spektrumon keresztül változatos formában megjelenhet. Ez utóbbi betegcsoport ellátása jelentős terhet ró az egészségügyre. Ezen összefoglaló célja az intenzív ellátást és légzéstámogatást/gépi lélegeztetést igénylő betegek ellátásának gyakorlati aspektusait hivatott bemutatni. Orv Hetil. 2020; 161(17): 678–684.

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